[1 Min Read] The image in the still glass stared back at her. Framed by its snow-white hair, its brilliant yellow eyes glistened even more brightly in the bright florescent light above. Its long thin black eyebrows and smooth cheeks were gently brushed by its tightly formed braid of hair. She raised her hand to … Continue reading Girl in the Glass
[5 Min Read] As I've continued my journey becoming a writer and posting more on the internet, the more people I've found myself engaging with. We exchange stories and advice, but as time has gone on, I've noticed a strange marketing trend among my peers. A marketing technique I like to call, cold DMing. What … Continue reading The Common Mistake Made Marketing Online
[1 Min Read] “The day has come, squire. Are you ready to claim your birthright?” The clan elder submitted to the young upstart. “My lord, more then you could know,” Replied the boy knelt before the regally dressed regent. “Very well,” The old man waves over a knight clad in decorative armor who passes him … Continue reading Birthright
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[5 Min Read] I don't know how to be an author or a good roommate. A good sibling or even be a good friend. I don't know how filing self-employment taxes work. I don't know how to change the oil in my car. There is a ton of stuff I don't know how to do, … Continue reading The Power of ‘I Don’t Know’
I didn’t grow up with any pets other than the occasional fish. As time went on and friends saw there pets pass away, I never totally understood the big deal. Of course, I’m not heartless. I realized that they were a part of my friend’s family and that it was a loss. But the only … Continue reading Furry Companions
[Quick read] Getting older is rough. I’m not the first to say it, and I certainly won’t be the last. Rent, money, groceries, utility bill, money, car insurance, aging grandparents, money, crippling anxiety, stress, stress due to money. Feels like the older you get, the more bullshit you find in the world. Usually, stuff that … Continue reading My Love Letter to Storytelling